ERSO

Past Events & Results

2021 European Show and Wheel Contest in Mechelen, Belgium

The 4th ERSO Show Contest for show-style routines. A total of 17 shows were performed by participants from 6 European countries and judged by two juries, one according to “technical rules” and the other purely on show performance. 

For the second time, the European Wheel Contest was hosted in addition to the Show Contest to give Chinese wheel teams of two a competition format.

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2019 European Team and Masters Championships in Graz, Austria

A combined event including the 20th European Team Championships and Youth/Open Tournament and the 13th European Masters with participants from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden and Switzerland.

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2018 European Show and Wheel Contest in Bratislava, Slovakia

The 3rd ERSO Show Contest for show-style routines. A total of XX shows were performed by participants from XX European countries in the XXXXXXXX and judged by two juries, one according to “technical rules” and the other purely on show performance.

For the first time, the European Wheel Contest was hosted in addition to the Show Contest to give Chinese wheel teams of two a competition format.

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2017 European Team and Masters Championships in Braga, Portugal

A combined event including the 19th European Championships and Youth/Open Tournament and the 12th European Masters with participants from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden and Switzerland.

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2016 European Show Contest in Prague, Czech Repulic

The second ERSO Show Contest for show-style routines. A total of XX shows were performed by participants from XX European countries in the XXXXXXXX and judged by two juries, one according to “technical rules” and the other purely on show performance.

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2015 European Team and Masters Championships in Idar-Oberstein, Germany

A combined event including the 18th European Championships and Youth/Open Tournament and the 11th European Masters with participants from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, The Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, Slovakia, Sweden, Spain and Switzerland.

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2014 European Show Contest in Graz, Austria

For the first time, ERSO hosted contest for show-style routines. A total of 19 shows were performed by participants from 8 European countries in the Orpheum Theatre and judged by two juries, one according to “technical rules” and the other purely on show performance.

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2013 European Team and Masters Championships in Aalborg, Denmark

For the first time, a combined event including the 17th European Championships and Youth/Open Tournament and the 10th European Masters with participants from Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland and UK.

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2012 European Masters Championships in Nagykanizsa, Hungary

9th European Masters – 52 participants from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland and UK. First European Individual Youth Tournament (12-14) – 38 participants from Austria, Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Sweden and UK.

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2011 European Team Championships in Nagykanizsa, Hungary

16th European Championships and Youth Tournament – 36 teams in the Championships and 38 teams in the Youth Tournament from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, The Netherlands, Sweden and UK. EC Results EYT 12-14 Results EYT 15+.

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2010 European Masters Championships in Antwerp, Belgium

8th European Masters – 67 participants from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands and UK.

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2009 European Team Championships in Höllviken, Sweden

15th European Team Championships – 45 teams from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, Switzerland and UK.

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2008 ERSO Ambassador Seminar in Nagykanizsa, Hungary

Seminar for active, idealistic skippers to perform as “Ambassadors” in the European Skipping scene by propagating their knowledge to strengthen the presence of our sport in existing “Rope Skipping Countries” and introduce our sport to new countries.

2008 European Masters Championships in Nagykanizsa, Hungary

7th European Masters – 53 participants from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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2007 European Team Championships in Veldhoven, The Netherlands

14th European Team Championships – 47 teams from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK. Different Dutch Championships after the European Championships – eg. Battle, Knock Out, Dutch Open Tournament.

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2006 European Masters Championships in Roskilde, Denmark

6th European Masters – 53 participants from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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2005 European Team Championships in Loughborough, UK

13th European Team Championships – 30 teams from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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2004 European Masters Championships in Eger, Hungary

5th European Masters – 45 participants from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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2003 European Team Championships in Paris, France

12th European Team Championships – 22 teams from Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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2002 European Masters Championships in Fredericia, Denmark

4th European Masters – 34 participants from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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2001 European Team Championships in Loughborough, UK

11th European Team Championships – 23 teams from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK. British Open Tournament with 26 teams from Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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2000 European Masters Championships in Grieskirchen, Austria

3rd European Masters – 46 participants from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands and UK.

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2000 European Team Championships in Knebel, Denmark

10th European Team Championships – 30 teams from Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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1999 European Team Championships in Budapest, Hungary

9th European Team Championships – 33 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK. Hungarian Open Tournament with 18 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Sweden, and UK.

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1998 European Masters Championships in Rockenhausen, Germany

2nd European Masters – 30 participants from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, The Netherlands. For the first time Hungary participated in the European Championships and won. The rest of Europe had to go home and practice Speed. Also a small camp for the skippers and a Judges Course was arranged.

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1998 European Team Championships in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

8th European Team Championships – 34 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Sweden and The Netherlands. Results
Dutch Open Tournament – First time that there was an open tournament after the championships. The Open Tournament was open for all teams that didn’t qualify for the real EC or didn’t live up to the rules of being a real mixed team or a European team. The tournament had competitors from Europe, Canada and USA.

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1997 European Team Championships in Barcelona, Spain

7th European Team Championships – 32 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.

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1995 European Masters Championships in Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

First European Masters – 45 participants from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, The Netherlands and UK.
French skippers visited the event and showed their way to jump Double Dutch. The other skippers were amazed but the French skippers had never jumped Single Rope so they were also impressed. After the Championships an Elite workshop took place for three days to educate the best skippers in Europe to be on Junior Staff. Skippers were evaluated and some were picked to be on Staff for Eu-Rope-Skip 1996.

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1995 European Team Championships in Höllviken, Sweden

5th European Team Championships – 41 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and UK.
This was the first year without Compulsory routines in Single Rope and Double Dutch.

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1994 European Team Championships in Ishöj, Denmark

4th European Team Championships – 31 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and UK.

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1993 Eu-Rope-Skip Camp in Leuven, Belgium

For the first time the Camp was after the Championships so that teams couldn’t steal routines and tricks from each other. The Camp was run by Richard Cendali and his team but for the first time some European skippers were also used as Junior Staff. ERSO had been founded in the spring of 1993 and a lot of activities were initiated. From this time the term Eu-Rope-Skip Camp was used.

1993 European Team Championships in Leuven, Belgium

3rd European Team Championships – 28 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and UK.

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1992 European Team Championships in Antwerp, Belgium

2nd European Team Championships – 16 teams from Belgium, Denmark, Sweden and UK.

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1991 European Team Championships in Ghent, Belgium

1st European Team Championships – 7 teams (35 participants) from Belgium, Germany and Sweden.

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1991 Camp in Ghent, Belgium

Before the 1st European Team Championships Richard Cendali and his team ran a camp for all the participants and others (PE teachers from around Europe).